Tag Archive: sole proprietorship

Jun 10

Non-Tax Factors of Business Formation Minnesota

In choosing the most appropriate form of organization, the business owner will want to consider a variety of factors, including: complexity and expense of organizing the business; liability of the business owner; distribution of profits and losses; management control and decision making; financing startup and operation of the business; transferability of ownership interest; continuity of …

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May 09

Forming a Business in Minnesota: Sole Proprietor and Partnerships

Sole Proprietor In a sole proprietorship, the business is owned controlled by one individual. That person alone receives the profits and bears the losses from the business, and that person alone is responsible for the debts and obligations of the business. Income and expenses of the business are reported on the proprietor’s individual income tax …

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Nov 18

The Need for Member Control Agreements for LLCs

Often, new business owners question whether they need a member control agreement. They commonly don’t know of the possible pitfalls of operating without one. In this article we will address why a member control agreement for an LLC is a necessary component for the business. A member control agreement should address four primary issues. Determine …

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